News | Digital Radiography (DR) | October 12, 2016

Agfa Highlighting New DR Advances at RSNA 2016

Company will demonstrate the application of its Musica image processing software on dynamic imaging

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October 12, 2016 — Agfa Healthcare recently announced that its offerings at the 2016 annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) will center on the them of “Care You Can See.” The theme encompasses products across Agfa’s full portfolio, from dynamic imaging powered by Musica image processing to its converged Enterprise Imaging platform and its specialized departmental workflow and image management services.

In 2016, Agfa HealthCare received Frost & Sullivan's North American Product Leadership Award for Digital Radiography, highlighting the strong comprehensive performance of its DR portfolio.

The Musica image processing software offers excellent image quality, while supporting care providers' goals of delivering the lowest patient radiation dose reasonably achievable and a smooth and efficient workflow, which results in greater productivity. For the first time at RSNA 2016, Agfa HealthCare will demonstrate the power of Musica image processing on dynamic imaging. Dynamic imaging is not currently available in the United States and Canada.  

In addition, Agfa's Fast Forward to DR program helps providers upgrade their imaging equipment at an affordable cost, often with no capital expense. The flexible program allows healthcare organizations to leverage their existing imaging investments, resulting in higher quality images, the potential for lower radiation dosages when cesium (CsI)-based detectors are used, increased productivity and a smooth, more efficient workflow. Fast Forward to DR includes step-by-step, individualized return on investment guidance from Agfa's team of specialists to help the health system get the most from Agfa's high-quality digital radiography.

For more information: www.agfahealthcare.com

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